Metal X Walkthrough
Learn how to go from design to fully functional 3D printed metal parts with a metal 3D printer. The entire additive manufacturing process combines metal injection molding (MIM) and fused filament fabrication (FFF) technologies together into Bound Powder Extrusion. BPE provides a simple, cost-effective way to create metal parts.
Markforged x Caldwell Manufacturing
Learn how global window and door hardware manufacturer Caldwell Manufacturing uses their metal and carbon fiber 3D printers for both R&D and in-house tooling. With a Metal X and several carbon fiber 3D printers, Caldwell has reduced turnover and increased profits with their Markforged 3D printers.
Chopped vs Continuous Composite Filaments
Learn what the difference between a chopped carbon fiber filament and continuous carbon fiber reinforcement in this educational video.
Hybrid Manufacturing Webinar
3D Printed Metal and Composite Assemblies
When used together, Markforged metal and carbon fiber 3D printing systems create robust tools optimized for the manufacturing process. Join Markforged engineers as they discuss the advantages of metal and carbon fiber 3D printing and show different ways to integrate these complimentary technologies.
Functional Prototyping with Metal 3D Printing
Replacing Legacy Parts with Metal 3D Printing
Replacing low-volume or legacy parts can be expensive and time consuming. With the Markforged Metal X, this changes — it’s never been easier to produce one-off near net shape parts with complex geometries. In this on-demand webinar, we take a deep dive into 3D printing legacy parts: what parts work, what parts don’t, and how a Metal X can change how you manage inventory at your company.
In this on-demand webinar, VP of Product Jon Reilly explores the future of software and AI in manufacturing.
3D Printing Metal End Effectors
Metal 3D printing offers a way to quickly produce custom, lightweight end effectors for industrial environments. Join Markforged engineer Nick Martin as he dives into how you can optimize production with metal 3D printing!
AM Friday Ep. 12 — Markforged vs. DMLS: A Cost Analysis
In this live AM Friday, Nick Martin and Daniel Leong break down the costs associated with metal 3D printing and explain why Markforged metal printers are less expensive to operate than DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) machines.